On Episode 202, I'm joined by Montana singer-songwriter Sean Devine. Devine released the excellent Here For It All in early September after recording the album with Josh Thompson and Cody Jinks's backing back down at Sonic Ranch. During this conversation, we talk about recording the album, exchanging Dropbox folders with Thompson, writing storytellers like "Clay Bluffs," coming down to Texas, his Montana home, and what continues to drive him to tell stories worth telling. This episode's presenting partner is Desert Door Texas Sotol, The Blue Light Live, and Charlie Stout Photography.New Slang PatreonNew Slang TwitterNew Slang InstagramNew Slang FacebookNew Slang Merch StoreThe Neon Eon PodcastThe Neon Eon Merch Store*Pre-Order The Lubbock Way, the debut book by Thomas Mooney, here.Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/thomasdmooney)
CloudwatcherUno™ presents Behind The Song with Sean Devine
CloudwatcherUno sits down with Sean Devine In this inaugural first episode. Sean Devine speaks about his inspiration for 'Here For It All' and performs this song live from his home in Montana. Sean explains how at one of the lowest points in his life he met another soul who saw beyond the pain and sorrow and was able to see another soul that they wanted to spend their life with. From the CloudwatcherUno™ series BEHIND THE SONG is ONE artist, ONE story, ONE song. Expanding the concept of what a podcast can deliver. Check out the podcast below on Sean Devine and other artists: http://cloudwatcheruno.com/2021/08/06/behind-the-song-with-sean-devine/ Our Spotify playlist is available for those of you keen to know more about every single song mentioned in the podcast. Love the podcast? Then by all means feel free to share the news with your friends on social media and help the show grow!
Sean Devine is a native Montana singer songwriter anchored in Paradise Valley, just south of Livingston. He's been dubbed the Treasure State Troubadour by locals and has been called "The Bob Dylan of Montana" by fellow songwriter Ward Davis. In this episode Kevin is out of town shoveling snow down in Yellowstone but Jamey and Sean are old buds so this is another casual conversation about songwriting and the life of a musician.--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/groovebuds/message
Episode 364: A Founder That Can Code with Sean Devine
The Ruby on Rails Podcast
Sean Devine, CEO of XBE and former host of this show is back to discuss the success of XBE in the past year, the use of Ember at XBE and how if you're a founder that can code, you've already raised your seed round. Links for this episode:XBESean Devine on Twitter (@barelyknown)Episode Introduction and Outro by Michael SpringerEpisode Music: "Funkorama" by Kevin MacLeodBrought to you by: ExpressVPN ExpressVPN is an app that reroutes your internet connection through their secure servers so your ISP can’t see the sites you visit. If you visit https://EXPRESSVPN.com/RUBY right now, you can get an extra three months of ExpressVPN for free! Support the show and protect yourself at https://EXPRESSVPN.com/RUBY.
This week on The AUIDEO Replay Channel, Cevan and Cole head to Livingston, Montana to talk with local singer-songwriter, Sean Devine. Sean talks with us about his musical upbringing, being a 5th generation Montanan, performing around the US, and what he's been up to since his last album release, Austin Blues (2015). You can listen to The Replay Channel wherever podcasts are found, and check out The AUIDEO Show airing weekday mornings, (Monday - Friday) starting at 7:30 am MDT on the AUIDEO app found in the Google Play and iTunes Store, and on our homepage at www.auideo.com!
How to Make it Rain With NO VC Backing with Sean Devine (feat. Nick Durham)
What You Know About Startups is Wrong
Join Sean Devine, founder and CEO of XBE LLC – a Chicago-based startup offering a horizontal construction optimization solutions provider – along with Nick Durham, senior associate here at Shadow Ventures, for a virtual town hall. Sean is an entrepreneur, programmer, and logistics expert who has plenty of experience in marketing, business development, and more. Nick has been in the startup game since college, and has gone along to work in marketing, communications, and now venture capital. Come listen to them discuss a myriad of topics!--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
Sean just finished his Master's degree in Psychology, where his research focus was on the role of individual differences in decision making. On today's episode, we discuss the Practicality Crisis in academia; Ego Depletion and self-control; cognitive effort and the Effort Paradox; what your pupils tell us about how hard you're thinking; and the importance of making daily progress towards your goals. Got a question for Sean? Drop him a line at: firstname.lastname@example.org--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/abstractcast/message
Episode 319: 319: Gap Here and 10x Customers with Sean Devine
The Ruby on Rails Podcast
Sean Devine, CEO of XBE, is welcomed back to the show to discuss hiring Rails developers in this climate, introduce XBE's innovative new program for graduating high school seniors ("Gap Here") and reveal the value of a 10x customer. Join Brittany in cheering Sean on to write a book! Links for this episode:Hiring - XBEXBE Announces "Gap Here" Program For Graduating High School SeniorsSean Devine on Twitter(@barelyknown)Episode Introduction and Outro by Michael SpringerEpisode Music by Kevin MacLeodBrought to you by: ExpressVPN ExpressVPN protects your privacy and security online but you can also use ExpressVPN to unlock movies and shows that are only available in other countries! If you visit https://EXPRESSVPN.com/RUBY right now, you can get an extra three months of ExpressVPN for free! Support the show, watch what you want, and protect yourself at https://EXPRESSVPN.com/RUBY.
Episode 281: 281: Automating & Shipping Value with Sean Devine
The Ruby on Rails Podcast
Sean Devine returns to the podcast to discuss a new feature he just shipped (Automatic Production Incident Detection) for XBE. Brittany and Sean discuss the technical implementation, why features should be built and automating your software to use the software you've already written. Links for this episode:Episode 272: Terrific Tech Bets with Sean DevineSean Devine on Twitter(@barelyknown)Episode Introduction and Outro by Michael SpringerEpisode Music: "Funkorama" by Kevin MacLeodBrought to you by: Hoefler&Co A good font is one of the best ways to make your project stand apart. At typography.com, you'll find the work of Hoefler&Co, creators of stylish and high-performance typefaces. And now for a limited time, as a Ruby on Rails listener you'll receive 10% off your next purchase from H&Co. Use code RUBY for your discount at checkout! Indeed Prime Indeed Prime is a confidential, free service that puts you in front of leading brands and tech startups with roles you're interested in. So whether you’re hiring or looking, meet your match on Indeed Prime. Join now by going to www.indeedprime.com/ruby.